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 This question is mainly for students to think and adapt their knowledge of the course material and seminars to practical situations. The knowledge is useless if you cannot utilize it. This question is mainly for students to think and adapt their knowledge of the course material and seminars to practical situations. The knowledge is useless if you cannot utilize it.
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-== Presentation grades == 
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-On the scale from 1 to 5: 
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-Anowarul Abedin 5 
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-Aron Asgedom 4 
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-Hanieh Esmaeilpourmotlagh 4 
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-Anastasiia Gusakova 4 
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-Sini Järvela - 
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-HeidiMaria Korhonen 5 
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-Lakshmi Prasanna Kuchimanchi 4 
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-Henri Mikkola 4 
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-Tommi Nivanaho 4 
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-Niklas Nygren 3 
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-Funmilade Odukomaiya 4 
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-Saliu Shehu 4 
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-Juuso Valkki 5 
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 == Course work for missing Coursera diploma == == Course work for missing Coursera diploma ==
  
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 The usefulness of these pages for the course is that students learn to separate different types of arguments from each other, and that way to observer comments of their fellow students in seminars. When students know how to think critically, they are more eager to make questions and comments to correct false statements. Also when learning to think critically, students are more observant about the books they read, and willing to find more proof to what they read. The usefulness of these pages for the course is that students learn to separate different types of arguments from each other, and that way to observer comments of their fellow students in seminars. When students know how to think critically, they are more eager to make questions and comments to correct false statements. Also when learning to think critically, students are more observant about the books they read, and willing to find more proof to what they read.
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 +The fourth and fifth reference give also useful information about argumentation,​ which is essential when doing presentation. Knowing how to convince others makes showing the proof more effective and makes detection of suspicious information easy. Also the most important thing is that when doing argumentation,​ students have their proof and references to show. In conclusion, with all these references students know how to criticize the information they receive and be observant what they say and read.
  
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